- The Yankton Bucks (11-7) travel to Mitchell (13-5) tonight for a very consequential varsity baseball double-header, as the Bucks are seeking to win out the last four games of the regular season in hopes of climbing into the top four in the Class A Standings in order to host a regional playoff on the 21st, while the Kernels are looking to hold their ground in the top four. First pitch is set for 6pm.
- The Yankton Gazelles travel to Lake View Golf Course late this morning for a varsity invitational. Tee off set for 1030am. The Gazelles are most recently coming off a duel victory over Mitchell earlier this week at Fox Run Golf Course.
- Yankton Track and Field is not only prepping to compete in, but prepping to host the Eastern South Dakota Conference Championships tomorrow. Yankton Coach Luke Youmans says the event is important for the Bucks and Gazelles, but also a fun showcase of the high school talent in the state.
YOUMANS: 31 Seconds
Events begin at 1130am at Williams Field at Yankton High School.
- The Mount Marty softball program has 7 athletes received All-GPAC Honors after the best season in team history. Finishing with a record 32 wins and 14 losses.
First Team All-GPAC:
Second Team All-GPAC
Kelly Amezcua (Ah-MEZ-cue-ah)
Mo Vornhagen (VORN-hag-en)
- The Lancers, after winning their first GPAC Championship, will travel to Chickasha, Oklahoma on Monday as the four seed in their bracket of the NAIA National Tournament. They will face 1 seeded University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma for their first game on Monday at 6 p.m. We will have coverage of the MMU softball team as they compete in the NAIA National Tournament on KYNT.
- The Mount Marty Lancers outdoor track and field teams are set to begin the Concordia Twilight today down in Seward, Nebraska. This is a one-day meet and the final one before the NAIA National Championship meet from May 25th-27th. The Lancers men’s team is currently ranked at 15th nationally going into this event, and now boast the 2022 GPAC Men’s Athlete of the year in Seth Wiebelhaus. (WEE-Bell-House) a senior out of Fordyce, Nebraska.